Category Archives: carving tools

Bowl Carving Tool Chest

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Here’s a quick picture summary on my Carving Tool Chest .. enjoy!     More glam shots.     Also, I used Burnheart sector for this project and here’s a quick clip on how to use it.

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Progress on Carving Tool Chest

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This is how I laid out the dovetails and the mitered shouldered dovetail for the bottom edge. PS.  Wanna know where to get a sector?  Go here -> CABINETMAKER’S SECTOR Wanna know how to use a sector?? Or make a … Continue reading

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A Quick Carving with My Newly Sharpened Chisels

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These are tough to photograph. MKG under shellac on Doug fir.

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Sharpening my Curve Carving Gouges

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My previous post described how I sharpen my flat (letter) carving gouges. Mostly this post is about “commissioning” (sharpening them for the first time) or if I need to repair an edge. I’ve had to do a fair amount of … Continue reading

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Relief Carving Class

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Last week I go the opportunity to take a relief carving class at Heritage School of Woodworking. Class information here. This was my first opportunity to put my E. Sarjeant tools to work and it was great fun.  Slowly but surely, … Continue reading

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A bit of history on E. Sarjeant’s carving tools

Today W.K. Fine Tools published this article:  History of Cutlery and Tools with Geoffrey Tweedale – Addis: A Famous Name in Carving Tools – By Geoffrey Tweedale.  The article inspired me to take a few pictures of E. Sarjeant’s carving tools and … Continue reading

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